Bobbi Kristina to Have Reality Show
Bobbi Kristina Brown is on her way to recovering since the shocking death of her mother, Whitney Houston, in February. The 19-year-old reportedly has a reality show in the works documenting her life since Houston's passing.
Radar Online reports that Bobbi Kristina's series is risky, in part because it will showcase her life with adopted brother and maybe-fiancee Nicholas Gordon, and in part because of Bobbi Kristina's alleged continued substance abuse. “This show is being done against her family’s advice,” a source told Radar. "Bobbi is scared the world will label her just like her mother.”
The source revealed that Bobbi Kristina appeared to be under the influence of something during meetings for the series. “She was slurring her words and said: ‘I will show the world I am not my mother and will not walk in her shoes down her path,’ then seconds later would mutter, ‘My mother was just normal, completely normal, someone who did normal things. She just listened to all the wrong people--and did the wrong things,'" a source said.
What are Bobbi Kristina's motives for the show? She reportedly told the source, “Something good might as well come out of all this bad stuff.”
It's unclear when the show will become an officially inked deal or any other details on the series, but it isn't Bobbi Kristina's only TV deal. She's also slated for a recurring role in Tyler Perry's 'For Better or For Worse' sitcom.